Better structural strength
Since steel has the highest strength-to-weight ratio among all available building materials, it is essentially an excellent building material. Lightweight steel is lighter, stronger, and straighter, enabling dynamic design and saving labor costs.
Steel structure houses will always have straight walls and right angles. Over time, there will be no intensified nail pop-ups or drywall cracks. The steel frame can adopt popular finishes such as brick, plaster, and stone.
Better fire protection
The most frightening aspect of house fires is the speed at which they spread, which has doubled when wood frames are used as fuel.
Steel will not be used as a fuel to support combustion. If the fire does occur in a steel structure house, it is unlikely to spread from the source area. The use of steel can reduce the tragic losses caused by fires.
Better mold resistance
Mold is an important cause of poor indoor air quality and may cause many kiwi fruit respiratory diseases. The steel frame can help resist the occurrence and growth of mold.
Mold needs an organic substrate (such as wood) to grow and thrive. As an inorganic material, the steel frame actually inhibits the growth of mold and promotes a healthier and more comfortable living environment.
More environmentally friendly
At least 40 trees need to be cut down for an ordinary-sized wooden house to be used for framing. The frame of a typical steel structure house can be made from a small number of recycled vehicles. The use of steel frames can save our country's forests and have a positive impact on the environment.
Since the light steel frame is not affected by temperature or humidity changes, the energy efficiency of the steel frame structure is higher, thereby saving fuel costs. Lower energy consumption helps further protect our natural resources.